Things to Do in Bremerton, WA

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49.6 Miles
17% 6 votes
Movie Theaters Highway 101 & Deer E, Port Angeles, WA 98362 MoreLess Info
Deer Park Cinema is a movie theater that offers its guests the opportunity to view the latest film releases. The cinema offers a number of amenities, including 3-D capabilities, concessions, and matinee movie specials.
49.8 Miles
37% 27 votes
Parks SE Bayshore Drive, Oak Harbor, WA 98277 MoreLess Info
At Flintstone Park, visitors can climb in a concrete replica of famous cartoon character Fred Flintstone's car for a photo op. Located on the shoreline, the park also features a pier and picnic tables.
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100% 9 votes
Art Gallery 830 SE Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor, WA MoreLess Info
Owned by a coop of artists, the Garry Oak Gallery was opened in 2008. The gallery features an array of original artwork in a variety of different media, and offers both high end pieces and more affordable ones.
49.8 Miles
90% 71 votes
Aviation Museums Oak Harbor, WA 98277 MoreLess Info
The PBY Naval Air Museum is dedicated to the preservation and study of all Catalina aircraft and history of the island. The museum features displays taking visitors from WWII to today, as well as flight simulators and other artifacts that educate and entertain patrons.
49.8 Miles
25% 4 votes
Movie Theaters 1321 SW Barlow Street, Oak Harbor, WA 98277 MoreLess Info
The small Oak Harbor Cinemas features four individual auditoriums with old-style seating. Major first-run Hollywood films are presented at a few showings each day and there is a limited concession stand.
49.9 Miles
90% 71 votes
Military Museums 315 W. Pioneer Way, Simard Hall, Bldg. 12,, Oak Harbor, WA MoreLess Info
The PBY-Naval Air Museum helps preserve the history of naval aviation of NAS Whidbey Island and in specific the WWII PBY Catalina aircraft. The 4700 sq. ft. museum also includes two flight simulators to fly and a museum store.
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Parks 950 Southeast Midway, Oak Harbor, WA 98277 MoreLess Info
Located on a mere five acres, Smith Park acts as a local green space for limited recreation options. There is a significant stand of oak trees as well as a children's playground, benches, picnic tables, and a small gazebo.
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